When i leased my Q50 my dealer said I shouldnt drive in sport mode til like 1000 miles, when the car breaks in. Should I listen to him or YOLO.
Stoled??? I'm guessing that explains the main message you are conveying, which I will bash with the following:Drive it like you stoled it!
I conduct a reliability survey, and would love to see such a study myself. As someone else in the thread mentioned, some engineers actually think it's better to drive the car hard when brand new.I always wonder about the recommendations to break the engine in. Most cars these days are purchased off the lot after having been test driven by a number of people, each of whom most likely pushed the metal to the floor before the engine even got warmed up to assess it's power. Does that harm the engine? Doesn't appear to, but who knows.
Would be interesting to do a study comparing cars that have been test driven by 10 or more people, vs brand new off the lot /never test driven to see what the longevity difference is, if any.
Drive it like you stoled it!
Stoled??? I'm guessing that explains the main message you are conveying, which I will bash with the following:
And to again cause the gnashing of teeth from those who are part of the "me generation," it's obvious that you think it's O.K. to screw the person who ends up buying the car when your lease is up.
Stoled is not spelled with an "e". It is "stold", like in "he stold my wallet"